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Restoring MBR, partition table, and boot sector of memory card without data loss (“USBC”)
Abstract I have a FAT32 memory card that when inserted into a computer causes Windows to prompt to format it. The card is definitely not supposed to be blank and has a bunch of files on it. Symptoms ...
Jun 13 '12 at 20:53
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